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Old 08-24-2005, 12:39 AM   #1
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Hi guys,
I have 98' SLE model. Got into an accident and have to replace the hood, bumper and a headlight. My mechanic has some problems locating the parts for SLE model. Are they different from SSE parts? They sure look the same, but are they identical? Should I tell him to order parts for SSE model instead?
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SLE, SSEi, and SSE are the same body parts.

Identical.
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SLE, SSEi, and SSE are the same body parts.

Identical.
For 98 and up.
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SLE, SSEi, and SSE are the same body parts.

Identical.
For 98 and up.
What the difference with 96-97?
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93-97 were just the RPO option coded as SLE like my car, an SE body with lots of options in one package.
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I think if memory serves in 97 you could order the ground effects with the SLE bonneville, or just have the SLE package without the ground effects.... In 98 the Ground effects was standard..

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